12,878 mostly Latinos are pushed out by City Hall, high rents and hipsters
Jerry Schneiderman was not your ordinary real estate developer. For years, he was a rabble rouser who took on the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority after tunneling for the Red Line subway collapsed parts of Hollywood Boulevard. "You can never stop a government public works pr ... More >>
Ten years ago, City Hall created a dog park turned fecal pile. Now, nearby, city fathers want a "meadow"
Did City Halls plan to fight gangs bankroll a gangster?
Can the mayor really claim victory with his compromise school plan?
Did the County Fed pour it on for Kevin de León at the expense of three who lost?
Antonio plays the bully in this school-board race
L.A. unites on gay marriage
In L.A.? Good Luck.
What can save L.A.’s broken neighborhood councils?
Milton Crawford exposes the DWP’s big whitewash... racism, intimidation and harassment
Inglewood’s obsession with Wal-Mart
L.A. is a Wal-Mart town. Get used to it.
Should American homosexual couples head north to elope?
A dispute over dwindling numbers at peace marches
Howard Dean: “I want my country back”
Excerpts from the L.A. Weekly’s interview with Nick Pacheco, candidate for the 14th Los Angeles City Council District
Edited by Kateri Butler
The Weekly’s recommendations in the March primary
. . . and to spend more time with their families . . .
Denise Munro Robb for City Council
The hasty departure of Richard Polanco
How best to honor José Martí
The Weekly’s recommendations in the November general election
Yes, needle exchanges can save lives. But they can do even more
Council to protesters: Demonstrate, if you must, at home
Mayor Dick makes spirited call to ol’ Hal
LAPD’s gay-entrapment policy wastes police time and destroys lives
The new womens’ movement
School board can hardly refuse money for safety study of L.A.’s most troubled campus
Commission flip-flop means higher pay all around
City attorney seeks to pre-empt mayoral field
Reformers get mixed results in targeting major projects
The chief’s firm stand on the limits of reform